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### Definition of Integrand

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### Literary usage of Integrand

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**1.** *Lectures on the Theory of Functions of Real Variables* by James Pierpont (1912)

"Ca = ?a-?i, С3=^з-<?8- As each Qn is a null set, ty is a null set. **integrand** Sets
403. Let 31 be a limited point set lying in an m-way space ..."**2.** *Introduction to the Theory of Fourier's Series and Integrals* by Horatio Scott Carslaw (1921)

"**integrand** BOUNDED. INTERVAL INFINITE. - . In the definition of the ordinary
integral f(x) dx, and Ja in the preceding sections of this chapter, ..."**3.** *A Course in Mathematics: For Students of Engineering and Applied Science* by Frederick Shenstone Woods, Frederick Harold Bailey (1909)

"**integrand** containing fractional powers of a + bx". If the **integrand** is the product
where ^ and r are integers, there are two cases in which rationalization ..."**4.** *An Elementary Treatise on the Calculus: With Illustrations from Geometry* by George Alexander Gibson (1901)

"Infinite **integrand**. Up to this point the limits of the integral have been assumed
to be finite, and the **integrand** has been supposed continuous and. ..."**5.** *Introductory Mathematical Analysis* by Winfield Paul Webber, Louis Clark Plant (1919)

"Very often an **integrand** may be simplified and made to fit some formula of
integration by a transformation of ... Substituting in the given **integrand** 2z3 dz ..."**6.** *Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society* by London Mathematical Society (1899)

"... corresponding to points on the second, third, &c., sheets, may be deformed to
the rectilinear portions alone, as no pole of the **integrand** lies in the ..."**7.** *Differential and Integral Calculus: An Introductory Course for Colleges and* by Lorrain Sherman Hulburt (1912)

"... **integrand** to a Form to Which the Fundamental Formulae Apply. These devices
should be carefully studied, because they are of use not only in applying I ..."